Design and configure SQL Server instances and databases in support of high-throughput applications that are mission-critical and provide consistent response times in the face of variations in user numbers and query volumes. Learn to configure SQL Server and design your databases to support a given instance and workload. Youll learn advanced configuration options, in-memory technologies, storage and disk configuration, and more, all toward enabling your desired application performance and throughput. Configuration doesnt stop with implementation. Workloads change over time, and other impediments can arise to thwart desired performance. High Performance SQL Server covers monitoring and troubleshooting to aid in detecting and fixing production performance problems and minimizing application outages. Youll learn a variety of tools, ranging from the traditional wait analysis methodology to the new query store, and youll learn how improving performance is really an iterative process. High Performance SQL Server is based on SQL Server 2016, although most of its content can be applied to prior versions of the product. This book is an excellent complement to performance tuning books focusing on SQL queries, and provides the other half of what you need to know by focusing on configuring the instances on which mission-critical queries are executed. Covers SQL Server instance-configuration for optimal performance Helps in implementing SQL Server in-memory technologies Provides guidance toward monitoring and ongoing diagnostics What You Will Learn Understand SQL Servers database engine and how it processes queries Configure instances in support of high-throughput applications Provide consistent response times to varying user numbers and query volumes Design databases for high-throughput applications with focus on performance Record performance baselines and monitor SQL Server instances against them Troubleshot and fix performance problems Who This Book Is For High Performance SQL Server is aimed at SQL Server database administrators, developers, and data architects. The book is also of use to system administrators who are managing and are responsible for the physical servers on which SQL Server instances are run. Benjamin Nevarez is an independent consultant based in Los Angeles, California. He specializes in SQL Server query tuning and optimization. Nevarez is author and coauthor of several books, including SQL Server 2014 Query Tuning & Optimization, Inside the SQL Server Query Optimizer, and SQL Server 2012 Internals. He has been a speaker at many SQL Server conferences, including the PASS Summit, SQL Server Connections, and SQLBits.
Use the many types of tools required to navigate and maintain a microservice ecosystem. This book examines what is normally a complex system of interconnected services and clarifies them one at a time, first examining theoretical requirements then looking at concrete tools, configuration, and workflows. Building out these systems includes many concerns such as containerization, container orchestration, build pipelines and continuous integration solutions, automated testing, service discovery, logging and analytics. You will examine each of these tools and understand how they can be combined within an organization. You will design an automated build pipeline from Pull Request to container deployment, understand how to achieve High Availability and monitor application health with Service Discovery, and learn how to collaborate with other teams, write documentation, and describe bugs. Covering use of Jenkins, Docker, Kubernetes, the ELK stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana), and StatsD and Grafana for analytics, you will build on your existing knowledge of Service-Oriented Architecture and gain an advanced, practical understanding of everything from infrastructure development to team collaboration. What You´ll Learn Design an API to be convenient for developers to consume. Deploy dynamic instances of Microservices and allow then to discover each other. Track the health of a Microservice and be notified in case of degraded performance. Write effective documentation and communicate efficiently with other teams. Who This Book Is For Those who would like a better understanding of System Oriented Architecture. Those who would like to break a monolith into smaller Microservices. Those who are familiar with Microservices and would like a better understanding of peripheral technologies.
Mit Spring Boot lassen sich auf einfache Weise und nach dem Prinzip Convention over Configuration produktive Spring-Anwendungen erstellen. Dieser shortcut bietet eine verständliche Einführung in Spring Boot und erläutert, wie ein eigener Spring Boot Starter bei Java Batch für einen reibungsloseren Ablauf und Arbeitsersparnis sorgt. Nach Betrachtung der Java-Batch-Architektur mit Unterstützung von Spring Boot erklärt Tobias Flohre, wie man einen solchen Spring Boot Starter erstellt. In Kapitel 4 geht es um Microservices und die mit ihnen verbundenen Herausforderungen. Zur Komplexitätsreduktion dient das auf Spring Boot basierende Projekt Spring Cloud. In den folgenden zwei Kapiteln nimmt Eberhard Wolff die einzelnen Bestandteile von Spring Cloud unter die Lupe. Er beschäftigt sich mit Lastverteilung, Ausfallvermeidung bei REST-Kommunikation und der Konfiguration verteilter Services. Im sechsten Kapitel dreht sich alles um das Thema Netzwerkausfall. Um diesem entgegenzuwirken, setzt Spring Cloud die Technologien Hystrix und Turbine ein. Eberhard Wolff arbeitet als freiberuflicher Architekt und Berater. Außerdem ist er ist Java Champion. Sein technologischer Schwerpunkt liegt auf Spring, NoSQL und Cloud. Web: http://ewolff.com; Twitter: @ewolff Tobias Flohre arbeitet als Senior-Softwareentwickler bei der codecentric AG. Seine Schwerpunkte sind Java-Enterprise-Anwendungen und Architekturen mit JEE/Spring, häufig mit Fokus auf Spring Batch. Er spricht regelmäßig auf Konferenzen und bloggt auf blog.codecentric.de. Mail: email@example.com
Scientific Essay from the year 2015 in the subject Computer Science - General, grade: ME, , course: Computer science Engineering, language: English, abstract: To deploy an application, a single cloud service is not enough. Different cloud services are available, but users should provide compositions and configurations, to deliver their solutions. But identifying, analyzing the compatibility, selecting and application deployment of the above, is a complex process. It is difficult for the users to find the compatible composition for their requirement. Main Challenge is to create a self-configuring application framework which will deploy the application automatically. The selection of this composition is a challenging task and also ranking system is not available to compare and choose, selecting the server type and also software solution for their deployment. Therefore we suggests Cloud service composition for naïve users based on their preferences Thus users need not be forced to assign exact weights for their preferences. The main aim of this project is check the compatibility of the Web Application with the Cloud Service composition and to build a Virtual Machine (Instance) for Deployment and various Preferences of Users (User Input). •User with less technical knowledge can handle the cloud server and deploy their application on cloud. •Cost will be considered as important component to configure the server on cloud. Keywords: Environment provisioning, IAAS, Cloud, Pay as you use, Technical challenges, Application deployment on cloud environment.
Windows PowerShell ist ein auf dem .NET Framework basierendes Kommandozeilenprogramm. Dieser shortcut stellt PowerShell mitsamt ihrer neuen Features vor und geht auf deren Anwendungsgebiete ein. Die Autoren werfen einen Blick auf die PowerShell-Erweiterung Desired State Configuration (DSC). Sie beschreiben, wie DSC als Konfigurationsplattform funktioniert, wie man sie nutzt und erweitert. Abschließend befassen sie sich mit der Sicherheit von PowerShell. Hierbei beleuchten sie mögliche Schadsoftware und benennen Schutzmaßnahmen im Umgang mit PowerShell. Dr. Holger Schwichtenberg - alias Der DOTNET-DOKTOR - gehört zu den bekanntesten .NET-Experten in Deutschland. Er ist Entwicklungsleiter der 5Minds IT-Solutions GmbH & Co. KG. Zudem unterstützt er mit seiner Firma www.IT-Visions.de kleine und große Unternehmen durch Beratung und Schulung bei der Erstellung von Windows- und webbasierten Anwendungen. Ununterbrochen seit 1998 ist er Sprecher auf jeder BASTA! (so auch wieder auf der nächsten BASTA! im September) und Autor zahlreicher Fachbücher. Kontakt: hs@IT-Visions.de; www.dotnet-doktor.de. Frank Peter Schultze ist ein Automatisierungsveteran mit fast zwanzig Jahren Erfahrung und ein PowerShell-Nutzer der ersten Stunde. Er plant, entwickelt und implementiert für die Kunden der FRITZ & MACZIOL group Lösungen zur Automatisierung und Orchestrierung ihrer IT-Infrastrukturen. Dipl.-Inform. Carsten Eilers ist freier Berater und Coach für ITSicherheit und technischen Datenschutz und Autor einer Vielzahl von Artikeln für verschiedene Magazine und Onlinemedien. Sie erreichen ihn unter www.ceilers-it.de, sein Blog finden Sie unterwww.ceilers-news.de.
Practical Hadoop Security is an excellent resource for administrators planning a production Hadoop deployment who want to secure their Hadoop clusters. A detailed guide to the security options and configuration within Hadoop itself, author Bhushan Lakhe takes you through a comprehensive study of how to implement defined security within a Hadoop cluster in a hands-on way. You will start with a detailed overview of all the security options available for Hadoop, including popular extensions like Kerberos and OpenSSH, and then delve into a hands-on implementation of user security (with illustrated code samples) with both in-the-box features and with security extensions implemented by leading vendors. No security system is complete without a monitoring and tracing facility, so Practical Hadoop Security next steps you through audit logging and monitoring technologies for Hadoop, as well as ready to use implementation and configuration examples--again with illustrated code samples. The book concludes with the most important aspect of Hadoop security - encryption. Both types of encryptions, for data in transit and data at rest, are discussed at length with leading open source projects that integrate directly with Hadoop at no licensing cost. Practical Hadoop Security : Explains importance of security, auditing and encryption within a Hadoop installation Describes how the leading players have incorporated these features within their Hadoop distributions and provided extensions Demonstrates how to set up and use these features to your benefit and make your Hadoop installation secure without impacting performance or ease of use Bhushan Lakhe is Senior Vice President of Information and Data Architecture at Ipsos, a global market research company headquartered in Paris. He has more than 25 years experience in software development life cycle management, enterprise architecture design and framework implementation, service management, data warehousing, and Hadoop ecosystem (HDFS, HBase, Hive, Pig, SQOOP, MongoDB) implementation, having worked successively at Tata Consultancy Services, Fujitsu-ICIM, ICL, IBM, Unisys Corporation, and as a database architecture consultant to such clients as Leo Burnett, ABN AMRO Bank, Abbott Laboratories, Motorola, JPMorgan Chase, and British Petroleum. He received IBM’s 2012 Gerstner Award for his implementation of major big data and data warehouse projects. Lakhe is a Cloudera Certified Administrator for Apache Hadoop CDH4 and a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist, SQL Server Implementation and Maintenance. He is the author of Practical Hadoop Security. He is active in the Chicago Hadoop community and as a speaker at technical meetups and industry conferences. Lakhe graduated from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani.
This book is your hands-on guide to infrastructure provisioning and configuration management in the cloud using Chefs open source, cross-platform toolset. With over 10,000 customers joining the Microsoft Azure cloud platform each week and steadily increasing usage, the need for automation approaches has never been greater. This book provides both practical examples and a much needed strategic overview of how these two technologies can be combined. Using Chef with Microsoft Azure takes you through the process of writing recipes in Chef to describe your infrastructure as code, and simplify your configuration management processes. Youll also meet the Chef tools that can be used to provision complete environments within Microsoft Azure. There are now a wide variety of tools and approaches that can be taken to provision resources such as virtual machines within Microsoft Azure. This book demonstrates them, discusses the benefits and weaknesses of each approach, and shows how a continuous provisioning pipeline can be established as part of a reliable, repeatable, and robust provisioning process. Each chapter has practical exercises that highlight the capabilities of both Chef and Microsoft Azure from an automation perspective and can be executed on Windows, Mac, or Linux platforms. In this book, youll learn: The purpose and principles behind automated provisioning Microsoft Azure concepts and management options How to deploy Chef Azure Virtual Machine Extensions using PowerShell, Azure command-line tools, and Chef Provisioning Chef Provisioning techniques, including provisioning PaaS resources such as KeyVault How to integrate quality tooling into the Chef development lifecycle, including Test Kitchen and InSpec with Azure compute resources How to set up a pipeline for continuous provisioning with Chef and Azure Who This Book Is For This book is for infrastructure platform and operations engineers and DevOps specialists/practitioners working with infrastructure and platform provisioning on Microsofts public cloud, Azure. An understanding of programming in any language would be beneficial, but not necessary as the examples are designed to be easily readable by anyone with general IT experience. While it is expected most users picking up this book will be on the Windows platform, a good proportion of compute workload on the Azure platform is Linux based. As a result the book includes examples that are relevant to both Windows and Linux platforms. Stuart Preston is the Technical Director and co-founder of Pendrica, a technology consultancy based in the United Kingdom focusing on cloud automation with the Microsoft Azure platform. Stuart started his career as a trainee at University College London (UCL) in 1997 and quickly moved into consultancy. Over the last two decades he has specialized in delivering Infrastructure, Platform Architecture and Application Lifecycle Management consultancy on Microsoft.NET and Java-based retail and commerce platforms, motivated by big technical challenges and detailed problem solving that spans the business and technical domains.Prior to starting Pendrica, Stuart was the Chief Technical Officer at RippleRock and EMC Consulting. He resides in London, United Kingdom.
Use the many types of tools required to navigate and maintain a microservice ecosystem. This book examines what is normally a complex system of interconnected services and clarifies them one at a time, first examining theoretical requirements then looking at concrete tools, configuration, and workflows. Building out these systems includes many concerns such as containerization, container orchestration, build pipelines and continuous integration solutions, automated testing, service discovery, logging and analytics. You will examine each of these tools and understand how they can be combined within an organization. You will design an automated build pipeline from Pull Request to container deployment, understand how to achieve High Availability and monitor application health with Service Discovery, and learn how to collaborate with other teams, write documentation, and describe bugs. Covering use of Jenkins, Docker, Kubernetes, the ELK stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana), and StatsD and Grafana for analytics, you will build on your existing knowledge of Service-Oriented Architecture and gain an advanced, practical understanding of everything from infrastructure development to team collaboration. What Youll Learn Design an API to be convenient for developers to consume. Deploy dynamic instances of Microservices and allow then to discover each other. Track the health of a Microservice and be notified in case of degraded performance. Write effective documentation and communicate efficiently with other teams. Who This Book Is For Those who would like a better understanding of System Oriented Architecture. Those who would like to break a monolith into smaller Microservices. Those who are familiar with Microservices and would like a better understanding of peripheral technologies. Thomas Hunter II previously worked as a Developer Advocate and API Architect for Barracuda Networks Copy.com, a large file-sharing and storage service, where his main concern was getting a well-documented API into the hands of third-party developers. Part of his duties involved building an OAuth 1.0a provider from scratch using PHP, a fate he wouldnt wish on his worst of enemies. Currently Thomas spends his days at OpenTable where he maintains microservices, builds new ones as needed, and generates cURL requests for other teams to debug their services. His nights are occasionally spent giving talks at meetups and conferences.
This book is a self-contained, practical introduction how to use FeatureIDE for modeling and implementing variable systems. In particular, readers learn how to analyze domains using feature models, specify requirements in form of configurations, and how to generate code based on conditional compilation and feature-oriented programming. Given the interactive style of the book, readers can directly try out the open-source development environment. All code examples are available in the standard distribution on GitHub and can immediately been used for individual modifications. Each part of the book is presented as a step-by-step tutorial and additionally illustrated using an ongoing example of elevator control software written in Java. Written by the core development team of FeatureIDE, this book is suitable for students using a tool for deepening the theoretical foundations of variability modeling and implementation, and as a reference for practitioners needing a stable and scalable tool for industrial applications. FeatureIDE is the most used open-source tool for feature modeling and has been continuously improved since 2004. The success of FeatureIDE is due to being a vehicle for cutting-edge product-line research by still providing an easy-to-use and seamless integration into Eclipse. Jens Meinicke is a PhD student at University of Magdeburg, Germany. Since 2011 he has developed FeatureIDE as a programmer and a researcher, and since fall 2016 he is working at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh as Visiting Researcher. Thomas Thüm is a postdoctoral researcher at TU Braunschweig, Germany. In 2010, his master thesis had received the Software Engineering Award 2011 of the Ernst-Denert-Foundation, and in 2015, he received the Dissertation Award of the University of Magdeburg. He made substantial contributions to the source code between 2007 and 2010. Since then, he manages the development and releases of FeatureIDE. Reimar Schröter is a PhD student at University of Magdeburg, Germany. Since 2012, he has been responsible for the integration of several extensions into FeatureIDE. He supervised courses in which students used FeatureIDE for product-line development and extend with new functionalities. Fabian Benduhn is a PhD student at University of Magdeburg, Germany. He has contributed to the development of FeatureIDE, used it for teaching, and has been involved in preparing FeatureIDE for industrial application together with METOP GmbH. Thomas Leich is Professor for Requirements Engineering at Harz University of Applied Sciences in Wernigerode, Germany. He is also Executive Director of METOP GmbH, an affiliate institute to the University of Magdeburg. Since 2001 he worked for several DAX 30 companies as consultant and software architect. In 2004, he initiated FeatureIDE as a part of the FeatureC++ project at the University of Magdeburg. Until today he is responsible for industrial extensions and consulting of FeatureIDE. Gunter Saake is Professor for Databases and Software Engineering at University of Magdeburg, Germany. He has more than 200 publications covering various areas of data base management, formal methods, and software engineering. He is the author of several basic and graduate text books on database technology and an introductory book for computer science students. He is also co-author of the book Feature-Oriented Software Product Lines (Springer, 2013) presenting the foundations of feature-oriented software product-line engineering.
Master Oracle GoldenGate technology on multiple database platforms using this step-by-step implementation guide. Learn about advanced features to use in building a robust, high-availability replication system. Provided are detailed illustration of Oracle GoldenGate concepts, GoldenGate tools and add-ons, as well as illustrative examples. The book covers Oracle GoldenGate for Oracle database, and also discusses setup and configuration for other common databases such as IBM DB2, SYBASE ASE, MySQL, and Microsoft SQL Server. The technology landscape is fast-changing, and Mastering Oracle GoldenGate stays current by covering the new features included in Oracle GoldenGate 12c. The book covers both classic capture and integrated capture, as well as delivery. Also covered are Oracle GoldenGate security and performance tuning, to keep your system secure and performing at its best. You will learn to monitor your GoldenGate system using tools that come with Oracle GoldenGate management pack, as well as using shell scripts. Troubleshooting is well-illustrated with examples: Covering Oracle GoldenGate technology across common database brands Discussing high-performing and secure replication environments Speaking to replication in Big Data and cloud computing environments What You Will Learn Implement Oracle GoldenGate for real time replication Secure and tune your replication environment for high performance Administer your Oracle GoldenGate environment Learn troubleshooting approaches with help of examples Learn and make use of GoldenGate Management Pack and its API Feed live data into Big Data and cloud-based systems Who This Book Is For Mastering Oracle GoldenGate is for database professionals who have chosen to ride the Oracle GoldenGate roller coaster for real-time replication solutions. The book is for beginners as well as professionals who are willing to master the leading replication technology in the industry. It is an excellent choice for professionals who are implementing or maintaining Oracle GoldenGate replication environments on any of the major database management system platforms. Ravinder Gupta is a DBA by profession, and an Oracle Certified GoldenGate Specialist. He has worked in Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Chicago for reputed IT firms. He works as a Technology Lead Consultant for a major telecom and Fortune 50 Company. He developed his passion for Oracle GoldenGate in 2010, and has since then worked on setting up GoldenGate systems on various platforms.